Cops Stand Up to Department Corruption, Tired of Being Forced to Make Arrests & Write Tickets
Illinois cops are standing up to their own department saying that forcing quotas requires them to make arrests without probable cause.
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[Bravo to these cops. We need more like them to wake up and do the right thing. The people of Illinois should give their full support for these cops’ cause.]
Source of report here.
Normal, IL — A group of police officers filed a lawsuit against the town of Normal last week alleging that the police department is forcing them to write a certain number of tickets or face disciplinary action.
Patrol officers Brian Larimore, Deborak Weir, and Todd VanHovein, were tired of being forced to collect a minimum amount of revenue each month or face disciplinary consequences. They claim the department is abusing its power and have filed a 27-page lawsuit detailing these allegations.
The lawsuit states that each officer had to write at least one traffic ticket each day. They also had to write four ordinance violation tickets per month, and make one DUI arrest every other month.
More than just traffic citations, the lawsuit details the requirements to make at least two criminal arrests per month. That means that these officers were forced to create criminals out of otherwise innocent people, or face disciplinary action.
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